Whiteboyz (1999)

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In Flip's path towards "keeping it real" by becoming hip-hop star, harsh realities surface to shake up his world.


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25 October 2005 | mattb40000
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| Scared Straight for Suburban Kids
I love this movie. It hits the nail on the head portraying suburban white kids trying to be thugs by imitating rappers from MTV. You tend to find more of these kids in backwoods towns and deep in the suburbs than in the inner city and this movie seems more like a non-fiction representation of that ridiculous subculture. They even address the fact that these kids weren't dressing the same years ago or listening to the same music. Basically, acting like these kids is similar to deciding to dress like a cowboy because you start to like country music.

Anyone who doesn't like or appreciate this movie - the joke's on you, thug life with a North Carolina jersey.

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Genres

Drama | Comedy

Details

Release Date:

8 October 1999

Language

English


Country of Origin

France, USA

Filming Locations

Muscatine, Iowa, USA

Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$23,149 12 September 1999

Gross USA:

$38,738

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$38,738

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